EU blue bioeconomy report

The blue bioeconomy includes any economic activity associated with the use of renewable aquatic biological resources to make products. The 2022 edition of the EU blue bioeconomy report focuses on algae and seaweeds, as the algae sector has been recognised as the most notable sector of the EU blue bioeconomy. The report offers an overview of latest developments of micro- and macroalgae cultivation systems in the EU and the world. It has a special focus on sargassum (a macroalgae), and shows how seaweed can capture carbon and can also transform regional economies. The report was prepared by EUMOFA (European Market Observatory for Fisheries and Aquaculture Products). The Commission adopted in November 2022 the communication ‘Towards a strong and sustainable EU algae sector'Search for available translations of the preceding linkEN••• which addresses some of the findings highlighted in the report.

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